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THE ADVANCE.
Vol. IX, No. 9.
MIDWAY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1898.
$2.00 per Year.
D W. JAKES, M. I)., 0. M.
BY APPOINTMENT
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN TO KETTLE RIVER
DISTRICT.
OFFICE
:      GREENWOOD CITY
QERALD WILLIAMS, M. D., C, M.
VKItNON, I). 0.
Late ok
St. Thomas Hospital,
London, Fit-to,
QR* WHITE,
Graduate of McGill University.
FAIRVIEW, B. C.
J*
P. McLEOD,
B.umisTEit, Solioitob, Etc.
Midway, B, C,
A LLAN MACDONALD,
BARRI8TEH AND SOLIOITOR
Of the Supreme Court of B. C.
NOTARY  PUBLIC, ETC.
Vernon, h. c.
J_ MONTEITH
Notary Public, etc,
Faibvibw, 13. (!,
It    S. CAYLEY,
Barrister and Solicitor.
GiitNii Forks, n. c,
C    ADRIAN   MEYER,
Mining Broker,
Notary Public, Etc.
Barnard Ave.. Vernon, n. 0.
I    K.JOHNSON,
Oonoral Colluot-ing and  Instirnnoo Agent.
Mlnoral Claims Bought and   Sold. Notary
Public.
GKAN1)   FORKS B.   <',
pORBESM, KKRBY, P.L.S.,
A. M. 0, S, Oi E„
ENGINEER  AND  SURVEYOR
Nll'l'AllV PlillLIC.
51lIIW.IV. II. ('.
Rickards, Benerman & Co.
MIDWAY, 11.(1.
REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL
AGENTS.
MINING BROKERS.
FIRE. LIFE,
INSURAN
J
OHN A, CORY-ELL, A. M„ B. V, A,
Civil Engineer,
PROVINCIAL   LAND    SURVEYOR
AND DRAUGHTSMAN*
Irrigation Projects, Engineering nnd Survey
Work, with Plans nnd Estimates in any
Portion of tho Provinco Immediately Attended to.
Mans and Plans of Any Portion of Osoyoos
Distriet and Mining Camps of Ketlle River
Mining Division.
BOUNDARY FALLS, MIDWAY nnd VERNON.
0. A. Guess, M. A. H. A, GUESS, M, A.
GUESS BROS.
Chemists and Assayers
Thoroughly familiar with Kairvlmv and
Uouiidiu-y Orook Mlnoral Proportlos, Propur-
tie-t Examined, Asnuys and Analysofl ofOrofl,
KucIh, Etc,
GREENWOOD, »■ 0,
M. DARRBTT.
q.t, jiontisos
BOUNDARY  ORJDEJK
Engineering and Assaying Co.
G-retmwootl City, B. 0.
Assaying and Analyses of Ore
Mines Examined and Reported on
Thorough Ari-tmltitiiiice with Hie Kottlo
Illver nml Boundary Creok Jlliilug
Dlstriot.
W.T.SHATFORD & CO.
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General
Merchants.
We carry the largest antl
best assorted stock in this
sell at prices to suit the
times.   .   .   .
NEW GOODS CONSTANTLY
ARRIVING, SEND FOH PRICKS.
I^eir|eniber
WE ARE AOENTS FOR McCLARY'S FAflOUS STOVES.
W. T. Shatford & Co.
Fail view, Camp McKinney, Vernon   nml Slocan City.
®mmmm
. MILLS AT VERNON, B. C.
MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE FLOUR
Hungarian, Three Star, Strong Bakers, Superfine.
All produced by the_ celebrated Hungarian Plansifter system.
Try some, mad:: by the only Plansifter mill in the Province.
....WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR A SPECIALTY....
See That Each Sack is Marked
--: R. P. BitlieU Co, Ltd., Propriatoi-s, Victoria. B. C.
j5 Good accommodation at the y
I HOTEL PENTICTON
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Travelers, Commercial men, Mining men
and Sportsmen.
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jQ   Hues from-
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Fairview,
Osoyoos,
Orovllle, Wash.
-AND-
Cani|) McKinney,
Midway. Greenwood, tgj)
Cnrsoii, Grand Forks, 7.
and Marcus, Wash. m)
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9 W. C. HAYWOOD    -    -    -    W. L. LEONARD, »)
,!*l Proprietors, Penticton, B. C. «j\
'■9^^^^^3^-S^^5a^M*SM*2^»)
O.K. Flour.
Oiu? flour has the name of being the 3E»<esib
all-round flour on the market, try it and you will not use other
brands, Our shareholdersgrow the wheat and we grind the
flour with the latest inproved milling machinery.
OUR brands are, HUNGARIAN, XXXX, STRONG
BAKERS, ECONOMY, SUPERFINE, all bags marked
"0. K.," and to be had at all the leading dealers from Penticton
to Greenwood City.
Okanagan Flour Mills Company, Ltd.
Armstrong*, H. C,
M. McCuai)-*. S. Larsen.
T21 FJZPSIDE HQTEL'
Is situated nt, Rock Creek, II. C.,on the niiiiii route of travel
between Penticton and all Boundary ('reek points, Stopping
place for stages,
GOOD FISHING   -   GOOD HUNTING,
BEST OP ACCOMMODATION.
/ McCUAIG & LARSEN, Proprietors.
THE VOTERS' LIST.
Who Hay Vote at the Forthcoming
Provincial Elections.
1. Names transferred from the Ensl
Riding uf Villi' Electoral Distriet to the
Eleeluriil Dlslriol uf llie Rosslnnd Rid*
ing of Wast Kootenay, whose mimes
have not lieen posted for a period of
two months prior lo the 20th May,1808*
Name uf applicant, Residence.
Battett, L, P. Moulton      Greenwood
Birnie, ,1ns, .Stewart.
Hiiurkr, Alfred
Bower, Wiu.R.     Upper Grand Furks
Bruce, Jus. Selkirk (jreeiuvuuil
Corklll, Albert Chns.        Greenwood
Oropley, (leu. Herbert "
Cropley, 11 >ija>It Rutherford
Custunce, ,1ns. 11. -M. "
Donaldson, Juhn
Grand Furks
Fee, Geo. Upper Brand Furks
Fee, Albert "       "        "
Ferguson, Adolplius    Boundary Falls
Hamilton, Arthur Greenwood
Harris, YVin. Henry Sltiunilt eninp
Harris, Wm. Jas, Greenwood
Harrison,A,fl. "B.C."mine Greenwood
Henderson, John ti. Grand Furks
Hill, Leslie Greenwood
Hooper, Chns. Septimus
Jolly, Henry Greenwood
Keith, Walter Sliuiwtiod    Greenwiiud
Marshall, .Ins. Arthur Grand Furks
Miinroe, D. ti. Upper Gi aud Forki*
Mortimer, Edward 11,       Greenwood
MeEliiioii, David R.
Green wuud
Naden, Geu. It, Greenwood
Petrie, linlil. Grand Furks
Punch, Jus. Greenwuud
PuiK'li, Tims. "
Russell, Jus. Alex.
Greenwood
Shalt', Chns. /Eneits Greenwood
Sinuiles, H. "
Spratl, John Grand bulks
Unswurth, Jas, Arthur
Midway
White, Milton Daniel      Grand Forks
Wright, Juhn It.   Upper Gnitiil Forks
2. Names transferred fnnn closed
register froui East Riding of Yale
Electoral Districl, to Rosslaud Riding
of West Kiiiitenay.
Nuine nf applicant, Residence
Adams, VViillet Clinnililet Midway
Addison, Jiiuii's Grand Forks
Almond, Sidney Russell Kettle Kiver
Aiulersuti, Archibald Grand Furks
Anderson Joshua Upper Grand Forks
Aleliesuu, George Grand Furks
Bitrnes, Henry Dunsford Kellle River
Barrett, L. E. Moulton Greenwood
Bell, Jiiliii Thiimus      Bnunilitry Fulls
Bei'tols, Jules Alplunise Cascade City
Black, Flunk Henry Midway
Black, Alfred Seymour Greenwood
Black, An bur Harold Ruck Creek
Bluugh, John William "     "
Buiul, Samuel Greenwood
Bowles, Juhn Ketlle River
Boyer Joseph               Christ iuu Luke
Brown, Albert Allan Kettle River
Bt'tiwn, William I. Cascade City
Bruce, Jas. Selkirk Greenwood
Bruce, Jas. S. "
Biunu, Joseph Grand Forks
Cameron, Angus Greenwood
Cameron, Jauies "
Campbell, Alex. Bennett "
Ciisili'inun, Win. Jas,   Bnunilary Falls
Cnstleiniiti, Alfred A. "           "
Cayley, Hugh Sl,Quin tun Gland Furks
dark. Rub!. Kettle River
Clyde, Wilfred T. Grand Furks
Coates, Rnbt. Field Greenwootl
Collin, Rich. Siewurdson "
Conkle, Win. tl. Midway
Conner, Maurice 0, Grand Forks
Cooper,  Wm. .Alfred Kellle River
Cooper, Alfred Joseph* "         '•
('milt, Donald Greenwood
Cooper, Thus, Geo, grand Furks
Cope, Frederick Thomas greenwood
Cupeiand, James Rock Creek
Cnryell, John A. Midwny
Coryell, Frank, "
Ciiiilsun, .Inlin Archer "
Covert, Win. II. Kellle Rierv
Crawford, John Albert Greenwood
Oiiniilt'Rhaiu, Geu, I), Midway
Curry, Thomas OsoynOB
Oiil'i'ie, Alexander Ketlle River
Cusson, Charles grand Furks
t.'nsson, I'liillippe grand Furks
Davis, Jeir.
grand Folks
Darrow, Richard
Cascade City
Destirey, Pbillipiie
giand Forks
Uiiiier, Otto
greenwood
Dlnsmore, I, A,
grand Furks
Donahue, Andrew
lli.uk (.'reek
Dub,.is, Elie
grand Furks
llufutil, Juhn
greenwood
Diifnril, Edward
grand Furks
Enrle, Juhn
Cascade Cilv
Edwat'ks, Geo.
Kettle River
Eholt, Louis
Miiiway
Fnisitntl, Louis
Christina Lake
Felllon, Andre grand Forks
Fletl, Allied John Midway
Folger, 0. 11. grand Furks
Forrest, N, Cascade Ciiy
Foulds, Joseph James greenwood
Francis Walter ,1, *'
Fiirness, George Edwin "
Galloway, Chns. Scott greenwood
Garland, Thos, A.
Gniithler, Thomas grand Furks
Gaul bier, Joseph   Upper grand Forks
(icndrnn, Oscar        " "        "
Geriniiine, Wm.L. grand Forks
Gilpin, R. R. Kettle River
Goodlier, Frank greenwood
Gordon, Win, Carson
Gordon, Wm. L. 0. grecntvnntl
Grier, .Innies Will, Midway
Crier, Alexander greenwood
Grill'eii, lli'ilii'il P.       Chrislinn Luke
Guess, George Arthur Midway
Guess, Hitrrv Adelbert greenwood
Gllttrldge, Win. Edward Ketlle River
Gulley, Thus. Milfurd greenwood
Hain, Eilivird Adtilph Midway
Hall, Abraham grand Forks
llnllett, Isituc 11.>yt greenwood
lliitlier, Walter Joseph "
Hardy, Neil Keltic River
Hardy, Titos. Jackson "        "
Harrison, John Slanley Midway
Hay, Charles grand Furks
Iliiyivniil, James George "       "
Hedges, Harry Percy greenwood
Heldstah Peter Midway
Henderson, John Wm, Cascade City
llepivurlh, Stephen F. grand Furks
Hepwnrth, Wm, George "        "
Hewett, Robert James "        "
Hind, Lewis greenwood
Hodgson, G. T.
Hiilmes, Fred Blackman "
Hood, Jus. Reginald "
Howe, Albert "
ilickey, Patrick Anaciinda
Ingriiu, McKay Keltle River
Jackson, John R. "        "
Jacobs, E. Midway
Jakes, Robert Wallace greenwnnd
Jones. Win, S, Keltle River
Johnson, Ole Midway
Johnson, Joseph K. grand Forks
Johnson, Sydney M, Anactmda
Johnson, Robert Cullin Kettle River
Kay, Mark greenwood
Kelly, Hector grand Forks
Kellar. Thus, Cascade City
Kenny. Patrick Joseph greenwood
Kerr. Robert Duncan Boundary Creek
Kerr, Jauies "            "
Kerby, Forbes M. Midway
Knight, Fredeik Henry grand Forks
Lamb, Francis Mortimer Midway
Lambert, D. E, grand Forks
Lavalley, Eli                Christ ina Lake
Lavalley, Joseph Arthur "
Lawder, Arthur H, Anaconda
Lawless, John Cascade City
Leamy, Andrew greenwuud
Lefevre, Edmond        Bound iry Creek
Lindsay, John Kei i le River
Lugiuiodiere, Joseph grand Forks
Lynch, .lames Martin Ruck Creek
Lynch, William greenwood
McAuley, Thus, Midway
McOalliitu, Peter T. Keltle River
McCallum, Juhn "        "
McCarren, L. M. Ruck Creek
McCarren, Richard    Buundary Creek
AlcCttiiley, Joseph Ketlle River
McCormick, Thus. G, Boundary Creek
McUiiulg, Mnlculm Ruck Creek
McDonald, Dan Andrews   greenwood
McDonald, Angus Lung grand Forks
McDonald, Donaul Kettle River
Mi'Dunuugh, Jas, Edward   greenwood
McDonald John Hock Creek
McDonell, Thus. 15, R. Keltle River
McDiiugall, W. 0. grand Forks
MeEwen, Hugh Kettle River
Mclnnis, Diiugald ,'       "
McKague, Geo, Arthur greenwood
McKee, Hugh
McKenzie, John Hugh "
McKensde, John Anaconda
McLaren, John Kettle River
McLaren, Donald
McLeod, John P. Midway
McLeod, Miud,iDaniel greenwood
McLeod, Alex. Win. "
MeLoiiis, Frederick Wm. Midway
McMiihuo, James greenwood
McMiinn, Fred. K, "
McManii, W. R.
McMillan, Juhn "
McMynn, Jus. Graham   Meyers Creek
McMynn, Wm. Graham midway
McNaugblon, Daniel greenwuud
McNicol, James midway
McRae, George Kettle River
McRae. Colin "         "
McRae, Duncan C, greenwood
Mnehell, James greenwood
Macfarlane Reinzi M. "
Macfarlane, Juhn Howard "
Malonew, Matthew "
Manly, Lloyd Kettle River
Manly, John A. grand Forks
Mattery, Robert John greenwnod
Martin, Jas. M. Russland
Martin, Wm. "
Marl in, Juhn "
Matheson, Juhn Donald Cascade City
Mi'dill, Win. 15. greenwuud
Mi'i'sun, Leander Kettle River
Milligan, Thus. Stamper greenwood
Miller, Thomas greenwood
Morgan, T. II. Ruck Creek
Morrlsey, James keltle river
Morgan, Granville     Christina Lake
Miiraii, James greenwnnd
iMiiriuri'ller, Felix grand Furks
iMuwal, Andrew Alexender greenwood
Miilliiiliiind, William grand Furks
Munro, George kettle river
Miinrue, Hugh Bell greenwuud
Munro, Nicholas, Redmond     midway
Munro, Peter Cascade City
Murray, Hugh midway
Murray, Win, S. Carson
Muriay, Roht, greenwood
Newhy, James kellle river
Newhy, Leonard "     "
Newhy, Thomas "     "
Norris, Win, Henry midway
O'Connor, Patrick grand Forks
f)ril, John Rock Creek
O'ltonrke, Joseph Patrick   greenwood
Palmer, William Dignutn   greenwnod
Punzliilf. Fritz kettle river
Pascoe, Thos, Westlake greenwood
Paton, Wm. Berry "
Pilkie, Joseph              Christina Lake
Powell, Win. greenwood
Powers, Wm. midway
Powell, John greenwnod
(t'unliiiu.iil un piiKoi!.) Till! ADVANCE
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MONDAY. JUNE 27, 181)8,
EDITORIAL NOTES.
Remember ihe Opposition party is
pledged lo the Introduction of a fair
measure of representation, so that, all
men in the province may be placed
upon an equal footing. At present, it
takes six votes in some of the cnnsliiu-
encieson the mainland to equal one
vote in some of the constituencies on
the island, I hereby demonstrating the
fact that partial representation only
exists at present,
—»—■
The people of the upper and
lower Okiiiugnn districts can
thank Mr. Donald Graham and tbe
Opposition party for the speedy commencement of the Penticlon-Boundary
Creek railway, the construction of
which will be underway in a fewdiys.
When the government offered a cash
litmus of 811)011 per mile to anyone win
would build the road, Mr. Graham insisted on a prevision lieing Imposed
that work should start at Pentieton,
and that the limit of lime within which
the bonus would be available should
lie fifteen months or until August next,
The intelligent eleeturs of the riding
of East Yale will not. overluok this fact
on the Oth day of July,
The cordiality uf Mr. James Marl ill's
reception at Buundary Creek cannot
but have given him Iiuth gratification
and encouragement. Both at Greenwnod and Midway the meetings of
electors were well attended aud
thoroughly representative. At neither
was there anything but unanimous
support of the Opposition candidale.
If there were any opponents present
they lay low, Mr, Martin's plain
practical addresses were attentively
listened to and well received. His candidature was heartily supported by
several local men In hoi li towns, but
by none more ably than hy Mr.Duncau
Ross, whose terse and pointed sentences, clearly and deliberately spnkeo,
were effective and ennvincing, The
unobtrusive earnestness of Mr. Martin
throughout his visit, was in marked
contrast to that of Mr. McKnne—since
chosen to oppose Mr, Marliu—and his
friends, who left in their wake nothing
but falsehood, froth and em ply bottles.
SOLID FOR MARTIN.
The Opposition Candidate Cordially
Received at Greenwood.
The Hist, election ineeling in the
Boundary Creek district, iu connection
wilh the presenl campaign was held at
Greenwuod last, Friday evening. The
notice had been too short to widely announce the intention to hold the meeting sn that few oul side of the town had
heard of it, yet there was a numerous
attendance and, ton, a very representative one, Upon entering Ren-
dell's hall, Mr, James Martin, the
opjiosition candidate in the forthcoming provincial election, was received
with a hearty round of applause.
Mayor Wood was voted to the chair
and he at once called the meeting tn
order, He said that as t he meeting hatl
been called to hear un address frum
Mr. Martin, he would only nuw stale
that he had known Mr, Martin for a
number nf years, and hod always found
him an enterprising open-minded, fair-
dealing man. Should he he elected, us
there was every reason to believe he
would be, they would Hnd him a very
useful man and jusl the kind of representative the electors require,
Mr, Martin said that, as they were
all aware, he had been chosen by the
Opposition convention, held recently
in Rossland, to contest the, ensuing
election as a straight Opposition candidate, At, that convention a platform
was adopted, to which he would now
direct their attention. Taking its
planks In their order he first dwell
upon the injustice done to the Boundary country hy tucking it, on to the
Enssland Riding of West Kootenay
Electoral Distriet. Under I he Re-distribution hill passed smaller electorates
had been given twn representatives,
Wherever the government had felt
sure of carrying u disirici Ibey bud
provided for two representatives,
hut where lhey thought they might
not succeed they had allowed for only
one member, The electorsof Rossland
fully recognize tbat the Boundary
country is entitled lo separate representation aud ivould make every effort
to secure il us early as pussilile. As to
lhe nexl two plunks, be did nut think
that even guvt'i'iiineiii suppurterseiiulil
leusiiiiulily iil.ji'ii in un adjustment of
llu* representation of lhe province ull
a general equitable Bystems nor to
reorganization of tbe Civil Service wilh
it view to greater efficiency and economy in ndminisi rnl iuu. As 10 spending
money on public works—goveriiinenl
supporters claim that In this connection
the government is progressive. The
Opposition dues nut iibjeet to borrowing
money for necessary public works,
nnrl.111 he government spending lunacy
iu a legitimate manner, but it, dues
object to the methods of the governuienl, which iireuiiiii'tl to benelil Individuals 01 companies rather than the
general body uf electors. He thought
lhey were all agreed that it Is necessary
to dist'oiir.ige the iuiiiiigralinn and
employment of orientals, lu this con*
tied im .he Illegal employment uf
Chinese in the Island coal mines ivns
mentioned, The reservation of ennl
lands was next dealt with, and Col,
Baker's interest in the B. 0, Southed
Railway company was mentioneditssn
instance where the governuienl had
neglected iis duty of protecting the
province and hud instead squandered
its lands for the benefit of one of the
ministers, The repented renewals of
the B. C, Southern charier, so as to
give Col, Buker an opportunity of
selling it, were condemned by the
speaker, who also pointed nuUhut. had
it not been for the firmness of Hon,
Mi. Blair, whn coinpelled Cul. Buker
to disgorge 5u,(KK) acres of the lauds,
the whole of Ihose valuable coal lands
wuuld have gune to Col, Baker and bis
capitalistic associates Messsrs, Jaffrey
and Cox, Ii is disgraceful lhat lhey
had tu go lo Ottawa to get Federal
ministers to secure lo the province lhe
protection itsown ministers denied it.
The repeal of lhe Mortgage Tax is
necessary, since it is a double lux—Hrst
upon property Ilself und next upun
money borrowed on the property, The
ininers of lliese dislricls ure submitted
lu an injustice in having tu tuke nut it
Free Miner's License, before they mny
work in the niines, whilsl the coal
miners of lhe Island gu free in Ibis
respect. Government conlrol nf railwny fates is necessary, and it was a
move in the righl direction when the
Federal government retained control
of the transportation rules mi llu*
Crow's Nesl Puss railway, He favored
an increase in tbe lax on wild lands,
much uf which was held by specula
Iocs who who would neither improve
it. themselves nur sell at n reasonable
price to others who would. The government hnd facilitated Ihe acquire
tnent of large areas of land for speculative purposes by Individuals like Hon,
G. F. Vernnn, whilst intending settlers
coming inlo the country were uuulile
to get suitable lund, The governuienl,
also reft allied frum pressing for payment of arrears due by large limber
owners, whilst small mill men were
closely watched and compelled to pay
up promptly,, He agreed with the
Miners' and nl her Labor Unions which
support au S-linurs' lubor duy and a
weekly day uf rest as against the
American system of working 10 hours
a day seven days a week. How could
Ibey expert to improve thecoinmuiilty
if men huve to work frum Mondny
morning until Sunday night, with
lillle or no time for recreation and self
Improvement,
Mr, Martin concluded a very pruet'iil
address, which was attentively listened
to and frequently applauded, by mentioning that, he hud been Informed
that Mr. John McKune, of Hnssliind,
was lo be his opponent at lliis eleelion,
Personally lle liked Mr. MeKane but
not his politics, The liiissluiul "Miller"
IiiiiI Iirsl staled Ihul a Government
as-ii.'iaiinn was to be organized in
Rossland hut il was found lhat there
us elsewhere, the government wus
un discredited ihal an Independent
parly was formed instead, Bul
as In lhe case nf the turkey whieh
paraded as a peacock, one hud unly
tn puke up the Ii dependent's feathers
Inllnd biin lhe same old government
blizzard. The governuienl supporters
at Rosslnnd were getting desperate—
they were like drowning men catching
at straws. But. the Opposition were
going lu beat Ihem oul of sight ut
Hnssliind, just, ns he was confident lhey
would alsu dual. Bnundiiry Creek, If
there were any government man present who would like to speak he invited him In ilo so now.
No one responding lo Mr. Martin's
invitation, Mr, Duncan Ross, who wus
called upon to speak, said thai it was
lhe policy uf the Opposition to idlutv
the freest   discussion Of public qties-
liotiB, During lbe len years be hnd
lieen iu the pruvince be had never
known of un opposition meeting—and
In* bud all ended ninny of them—when*
sueli discussion hud nol been permitted, He had, though, been al
Government meetings where every
effort and every expedieul hud been
used lo choke olf free discussion, Lie
hoped ihul If Messrs.Turner and inherit*
visii this districl, lhey will do ns the
(Ipposii iuu do lu this mat ter, lun should
they (In so here il will I lily because
lbe force of local public opinion compels It, They bud before them the
recenl Inslanceof lhe Ohllliwackmeeting where, after agreeing to give
proniiuenl Opposition spankers lime In
address the meeting, lhey broke iheir
agreement und su clinked off discus-
sinn. Mr. .Mnitin. Ihe .1p11u-i1i.u1 candidate for this district, is pledged III II
platform which recognizes the righl of
lhe Bnundiiry cnuulry to separate
representation iu ihe Provincial Legislature, and tlle 11 salty for polllical
(Continued on page S.)
 *- 9 4	
(Continued (ruin pngo 1.1
Preslitr, .Mien Henry       grand Forks
Ruble, Thomas Rock C k
Rankin, Donald "     "
Rankin, George greenwood
Ri'cs. Kingnfan N. "
Rendell.C, M.
Rendell, George A, Boundary Fulls
Robinson, A. Win. Christina Lake
Roderick, Thomas greenwood
Rolph. J. H. grand Forks
Ruse, George C, Christina Lake
Rnss, Duncan greenwnnd
Unwell, Frank Cascade City
Ruckle, Edward grand Forks
Ruckle, Francis "        "
Ruckle, Charles "        "
Sadler, Reginald C.     Chrislina Luke
Sansoin, Gluts, W. 11. greenwnnd
Sniiller. Joseph Kettle River
Si-lmllelil, James Ruck Creek
Scale, James grand Forks
Seymour, Gen. Edwin greenwood
Seymour, Andrew M, Boundary Creek
Shaw, Benjamin Kellle River
Sliuw, Win. greenwnnd
Sherlngham, Ed, Geo. Ketlle River
Siinnnd, Joseph grand Forks
Simpson, ('bus, K.
Sinuiles, Ralph T. greenwood
Sinilh, Evelvn "
Smith, Wm.T, Kellle River
Smith, Francis Basil greenwood
Sinilh, Rndger Bennett grand Forks
Sutherland, .Tn 11 ics Midway
Sutherland, James greenwnnd
Spraggett,'Ernest Kellle River
Stetics, Charles grand Furks
Stewart. Dniiuld greenwnnd
Sluni'i, Angus K. Midwny
Sliinit, Randolph Guidon "
Sullivan. John Kellle River
Sttitnn, Arilitir t'luyimi grand Furks
Taylor, Geo, Berkelt Rock Creek
Taylor, George Ketlle River
Taylor, David greenwood
Tuylnr, Joseph ginnil Forks
Thornton. Jnlin Boundary Creek
Thompson, Andrew II.     CnsenileCily
Thompson, -lohn 0. Midway
Townsenil, Tim. grand  Forks
Titrley, James Ruck Creek
Quality is the Starting Point Here.
,   .   .   THI! CLOSER YOU LOOK THE BETTER 1 LIKE IT   .   .   .
Vnughan, Leonard
Kellle River
Wallace. Alexander Boundary Creek
Wind, Joseph Keltle River
Wasson, Robert
Wustell, George Win. grand Fnrks
Watson, Richard greenwood
Webb. Joseph Ed, Boundary Greek
Wells, Wm.Llnvd Upper Grand Forks
White, Built. Henry Rock Creek
While, Tims. 11. greenwood
Wilson, .Inlin George Kellle River
Wiles, M. F. grand Forks
Wiseman, Joseph Lord grand Prairie
Wisled, James Meyers Creek
Witie, Theodore greenwond
VVnllastnn, Frederick grand Furks
Wood. Robert. greenwood
Wondliead, David grand Furks
Worgan, Alfred Dashwood greenwood
Wright, Peter grand Forks
Young, George
gn
■nnd Fnrk!
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UMcEUM
Practical Watch Maker, f
i  COPPER ST., jl
Greenwood, B.C.    *
+
t
Good Tunis, Plenty Material,
and 30 years experience to do   1
work correctly.   ;   .   . \a
- !$l
__awmmmvaMMt_mWUMtMaamBmmmtmam
y\/_ S. KEITH, M. Ei,
ASSAYER AND CHEMSST,
BllEHNWOOI), 11, 0,
WORK  PROMPTLY AND  CAREFULLY
ATTENDED TO.
3 -st.
m HENHY CARR, C,E. E.M,              <U
$ . . . B. F. MILLER.      |
I CARR & MILLER,    |
jj Assayers,                jj>
S) 'li
St CHEMISTS & MININO ENGINEERS ,ili
» _
Si Fairview, B. C.          «
IS* .14
Call around and examine my new consignment
nf Shoes in blacks and tans.
Ladies Dongola Button
McKay last, flexible sole, chocolate color,
a beautiful shoe, most dealers would ask
you $3.50 for this, My Price is $275.
Ladies Dongola Kid Oxford
McKay last, flexible sole, chocolate color, a
very nobby shoe which you can have for $2.25
Also a Niob Link uv
Little Shoes for Little Feet.
Bring ynur shoes around and have buttons put on thein
I'ltUK UF CHARGE,
JlcNicol,
SEEDS! • SEEDS!
CHOICE NORTHERN GROWN
Garden Seeds
X.t.x  .A-axy
)j[\   Quality..
AT EASTERN PRICES.
THE REST PRODUCED.
MAIL  ORDERS  FILLED  PROMPTLY.
.. .We Pay The Duty . ..
. B. & P. B. NELSO
Seed Merchants, Kelson, Wash.
'ifta.rit- "c^s—^2- ~*
Grand Prairie Hotel.
McLAREN BI->OS.
PRAIRIE HOTEL
Carson, B. C.
N direct route to the
Boundary Creek and
Colville Reservation
points.   .   .
-   Proprietors.
GREENWOOD
,/ A
Is 1 Iii* (Villi nl Tow -if and Supply Point of the Boundary
Cieek Mining Camps. Frum this New Town mails
lead to Ihe
Greenwood, Deadwood,
Copper, Summit, Long Lake,
Skylark, White and Atwood,
Wellington and Smith Camps.
Lois are Sailing Freely and are a Guud Investment,
Fnr Price nf Lobs and Other Information, Address
ROBERT   WOOD,
Greenwood City, llnund.ry Creek. B. C.
Or Apply to Agents,
C. F, Costerton, Vernon, B. C.
A. K. Stuart, Vancouver,  B, C. Midway, B. C, .Tit.\*e 27,  1808.
TIIK AllVANCK
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
SOO PACIFIC ROUTE.
The Cheapest . \
Quckest   and 'k—
Shortest Route \r
\k
10
Toronto, Montreal, Halifax,
Boston, New York and
AU Eastern, European,
and Pacific Coast Points.
STR. ABERDEEN ■>.,.!•.*.« r™-
tii'toii dolly, except Sunday, ninklin! con-
•tortious with train" at Okanagan Landing for
Slciimoiis .luiiiitliiii to join niiiiii line trains
enst unit wesl
Through Tickets to mill from llio 1'iiclllc Consl,
to Eastern nml European Points.
Kqulpmotit aasurpassod, combining palatial
-Hiring nml sleeping oars, luxurious ilny ciinclics,
tourist nml froo colonist, sleeping curs run on
tilt trains.
Fnr Information as to time, rales, elc, apply lo
S. L. Smith, Louis Hind,
Agent, Peuticliiii. Agent Anaconda,
Or in E- .1. Goyle,
Iilsi. Pussi* Agont, Vancouver.
KETTLE   KlViil-  MINIMI IHVI.sltlN   SpOkSflS  FfllSS
...Sl Northern,
ttUii*xittm,H
Should carefully consider
the cost of material, and
by figuring, find out that
all kinds of
Rough-:-ana* Dressed:-:kite,
Shingles. ■ Laths, - Etc.,
can be purchased at the
Grand Forks Sawmill,
CHEAPER THAN
ANYWHERE ELSE.
-*m
l-xx/xx:-ntfOfjxt'X<x'xtntf.'X-,i-x-xtxxi
i $1 FIREWOOD $1 i
' *, J
i per load. i
i i
lx-n'n-xtn-xxif.-xtntxx-/.xx-j,.xxv.l
G. K. Simpson, Prop.
S. A. MM I
(Successors lo It. N. Taylor)
Chemists anil Druggists
Vernon, B, G.
Keep a First-Class stock ut '
Drugs, Chemicals,
Patent Medicines
and Toilet Articles
Prompt and Careful Attention
 OIVKN TO	
MAIL ORDERS.
I'OWTOKKll'K BOX 111.
McCuddy's Hotel,
Is situated between Camp
McKinney and Fairview, on the
trunk road leading1 from Penticton to Boundary Creek,
Records for the Week Ending June
2211(1, 1898.
MIJJEItAL LOCATIONS,
JUNK 111.
Sunshine. Canyon ereek, N. II. Lomotil.
Vashtl, Heaver creek, S. Palmer.
St.   Petal',   fractional,   Deadwood
camp, (!. S. Galloway,
tit. Patrick, Dendwtind camp, 0. S,
Galloway,
St. Paul, Deadwood camp, 0, S,
Galloway,
JUNK 17.
Morning Star, Kiuilierly eainp,.Robt,
Murray,
Leeds, (litnyon ereek, 11. Leather.
.it'M*: 18.
May, Skylark camp, N, Tholl,
Nellie, Skylark camp, .1. N. tlretlen.
Childe Harold, Canyon creek, G, D.
Cunningham, VV, 15, McBoyle and P.
Bagabaw,
(iiililen Treasure, Beaver creek, (J.
D, Cunningham, W, li. McBuyle and
Frank Bagshaw,
Mny Queen, near ltock creek, E, II.
Cameroti.
\|i|i:iiinnst!, Summit camp, E. 11.
Caution,
Midday, Suniinit camp, L, Holbrook
and W, J. Warlmaii.
Lniu-ier, Wellington camp, Juhn
Mulligan,
Maple Leaf, main Kettle river, B.A.
Williams,
Rico, main Kettle rlvir, ti,. A. Williams,
Mohican, West Cupper camp, P. JI.
(Ireeti wuud,
Cosmopolitan, fractional, Kiuilierly
camp, D, W. Hicks.
junk 2(1.
Golden Rule, fractional, Canyon
ereek, H. 11, Johnston,
Havana, Canyon creek, J. Thomson.
Key Wesl,, Canyon creek, J. U.
Thomson,
Regina, Ceiilral eamp, T. Pliitnetif.
JUNK 21.
Pilot K110I1, Kiuilierly camp, E. A.
Widiiiai'k,
JUNK 22,
Saratoga, Providence camp, F.Haus*
sent1!'.
San Ileum, Providence cuuip, Otto
Dilliet,
Punch, Skylark nunp, ,1. N, Gretleii.
Imperial, Skylark eamp, E. Parry
nnd Thus, liugau,
Maine. Canyon creek, M.W.Dresser.
Ruskey, main Ketlle river, N, P.
Pelersun.
UERTIirtCATES UF WORK.
JUNK 111.
Ksperaiiza, F, Bagshaw and S. Palmer,
Deer Trail, F. Bagshaw and ti. Palmer,
Jubilee, F. Bagshaw and S. Palmer.
Fremont, 0. Scott Galloway.
JUNK 17.
Mniite Oristu, Jas. Marshall and ,1ns.
Nicholson,
JUNK 18.
Rattler, Wm. Garland,
Maggie S.,.Inlin(iillitn.
American Eagle, D. W. Hicks,
JUNK 21.
Chancellor, Jas, Mourn, etal.
No, 18, .las. Moriin.
Timor Fractional, Jas. Cunningham
el nl.
Banner, Thus. Roderick, el al.
(lilt Edge, Jas. Marshall.
Monte Carlo, Thus. Roderick,
JUNK 22.
Alum Fractional, Jus. Fisher, et al,
Nelson & Fort Sheppard,
- - AND - -
Red Mountain Railways.
The  only all-rail route, without change of cars, between
Spokane,   Rossland      . tj^,
nd Nelson. . .       ft//£-
and
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
GOING NORTH.                    GOING BOOTH.
12,2711. in MARCUS Uil3a.ni.
Train leaving Marcus al 11:1311,111.
makes close connections at Spokane
with trains for all •
Pacific Coast Feints.
Close connections at Nelson wiih
steam bonis fur Kaslo nnd all Kootenay
Luke puinls.
Passengers for Kellle River nnil
Boundary Creek cuuoecl al, Marcus
with stage dully.
ROCK CHEEK HOTEL . . .
MOUTH OF ROCK CREEK.
__X*   I"i't-fc*E»axtliE"3Ls'3a.,   TSXfgxr.
Fikst-Clahs Accommodation for Gurbts.
GOOD STABLING
iT-lTKxcclli'iit Fishing on Kotllo Kiver..'/"
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■ AGRICULTURAL CENTER OF
m
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For Particulars Apply to
twlgl   'j0ts 'm 7'isv Terms to Actual Residents
f/M    E.  JACOBS,      uR to   R. C. ADAMS,
lip  ■——- -———
jSjjKJ Midway, B, C, Montukai,, P. Q.
tm M
*"i'}f.r"3'«/i''*'y>F/r$j*^W/ir'>OT
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OBRTIFIOATIS OV IMPROVEMENT,
JUNK 17.
Commonwealth, B. Perkins and II.
Reed,
TRANSFERS,
JUNE 18,
Dandy, k inlerest, Lewis Hind luL s|     thos. li, McINNES.
Sidney M. Johnson.
W.H.WEBB,
^i^ Practical ___.
WM AND CARRIAGE
BUILDER.
Midway, B. C.
3EB* © p> a i a? i. ml jf
OF ALL KINDS
Promptly  and   Neatly
Executed.
%_T CARRIAGE   PAINTING   A
SPECIALTY.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
siiti Livery, hi ai Sale Stales
Good Single and Double Drivers, and
Gentle Saddle Horses.
PACK
HOUSES
AND
GUIDES
FURNISHED
HUNTING PARTIES
GOURLAY AND JONES, PROPS.
'iii Otflt Klt\\t Kit ft Kit Kit Kit Kit Kit Kit Kit KltKlf Kit Kit Kit M'/ jV Kit «.'/. jV
'1** 4,1 1,1 4,7 4,1 4(7 4(. <;*. 4,1 4(4 4,1 4,1 7,7 4,7 4,1 4,1 y^ 4,1 t',77,1 4,1 t',1 4,.. 4(1
fStMLKlt
Kit Kit Kit
' -iii'4,7
Kit Kit
7,77,7
4,1 4,1 4(4
Kit Kit
Certilicate   of Improvement!).
wowstoja,
Buooklyn Min nu a i. Claim,
Situate in Kettle River Mining Division ol
Vnlo District, located In Greenwood Cnmp.
-TAKE NOTICK Hint I, John P. McLcod na
I ii'.'i-iii fur W. 'I', Smith, free miner's cor-
liili'iiii'Ni). S'.i-I2, ,1. M. Taylor, froo minor's
corllllcato No, 81*18, antl H. .1. Roberts,
freo minor's t'ortltlcutt' Xu, 7ii,".,i:i. Intontl, sixty
ilnys train tlatu lierunf, toapply to llic Mining
llocut'tlor for a oonillcnto of Iniprovomont, for
liic purposo of oblaitilng aOrotvn grunt of ihc
liuovo claim.
Anil furtlior ink'' notion ilmi notion, uinl.
Ruction Hi, musl lie conimoncotl liofm-o ill
issunnco iiinucliccrllftoiitoof Improvouiouts,
Unleil lliis Ith ilay ol '.lui'cli IHIS.
.1. 1'. M.'L.'.hI
4,4
-..It
Til
I
Kit
7,7
Oar Spring and Summer"!
'ii
sipr
Hi
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Kit
7,7
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(>,"-■ tft i, 'A-W
iest ifieott
travelers.
GOOD STABLE IN CONNECTION
■'■ CUDDY, Proprietor
..,.-•■...-,....■ r_^ja.!jm-._^-i_M. tMinaaa
!,. McDUFF
-I Blacksmith,
GREENWOOD, B. C,
,   .. ,   .,„,,.       , ,  .,   ..... July, It interest in each, John Qlllan to
au Kinds nf Work Exooutod to tlio Hulls   ,„ ',,•' ,
W, II. .Sunnnei's.
Ullppui' nnd Oro, J Interest in each,
Arthur 11, Black tu E. T, Wlokwlro
uinl M. ('. Oui'glll,
JINK l.*l.
Miranda, all Interest, D, 0, M	
Arlluii'ln T. A,Garland,
Jn,In, \ interest, Win. Ilinve In K. T,
Wickwlre,
Aberdeen, *l-6 interest, A.  10. Cross
nml .lohn D. N'.iiilish lu David Bryant.
JUNE 16,
(lund Hope, nil Intorest, Win. Miller
lu Jus. T, El'ivill,
JUNE 17
Lake View, all interest, A. A. Castle-
limn to Archie Connors.
Igo, all interest, 1). lluss to E, T.
Wickwlre,
JUNE IS.
Moody, J Intorest, Tims. Livingston
toS, IC. Emerson.
JUNK 31.
Olllef, all interest,   L. Simpson tu
Juhn (irny.
lliilinluinniiin,   Jubilee,   Fourth of
''nellon of CusU-unora,
r
CANADA.
PROVINCE nl' Illtl'I'ISH ('(il.r.MIUA.
V|i"ii)lilA,l.) Iliotlniconl 1, uf ilm rnlicil
Klitgilom of iii.'iil  lliii.iiii inni Iroliintl,
QUUBK, UefdldDI* of the Knllli, ivi'. •.-(',
T„nil to ivlioin Hi.-' I'n-i'iils niiuii o i,-
(illlall'I'iMI.
A I'iail'I.AMATIIIN.
D.M.EniniTs, lU'lll'ltl'A.-- ii li lahi-
Aiiiinici-ii.'ii. nl. i VV nidi-1... -a.i.a-i> iii.-
folloivliiitpollhiKiilni'i i In llio sovoral nn.l to-
gpuollvo lali.'l.lail lii-lli.-l^ lli'l'i-liinfltl' nnillOll,
Nnw KNOW YE llml, liy virtu.' ..I lliu
authority oonlnleoil In llio "Provincial Kleo-
lions Aot," llio Licii.-iiiinl-liiivc! -in r..nucil
tloolaroslltnl tlio fallowing polling |.l - -lnill
lic.nii.l limy nro li.Tcliy. oslitlimlioil lnr tint
Bovoral Electoral lilrtli'lol«.llto immon m' ivlilcli
nroiioj opposite sueli imllliiit plncoH, respect,
ivi'ly, ilmi into nay! ■
PliriJNIi PI.ACRS, E1.RCT0HAI, Ills! 111! "r.
Ilnsslilli.l ■[
Trail	
(ll'l'l'lllv.lilll   I     \\ aa!   ItoOtOliny
tli-i'.inl forks f    llosslunil [titling
.Miiiway	
Cattcatlo City 1
In Tistimdnv Wliaitmil,' Wo Imvu cuuscil
theeoOurljittoi'Bto bo mailo I'litnit nml
tliciii'cii Seal of British Columbln to bo
lici'i'iiiiiiiiullv.-il: WiTNttsa,tho llonorablo
Tims. II. MclNSBS, l.ii'iili'iiiiiii-ilnvi'riiiii'
(111! anid ProlillCO uf lltili-ll Cnlninliiii,
llt Our City iif Victoria, in Our until Provinco, this llfloonllrilay of Juno, In Ilm yoar
of Dm- Lord '.tic Iln.tiailliil ciitlil   lillllilti'il
nml tilnotV'Olglil, uml in llic aixiy-lli'si year
nf Onr ilolgn,
lly Ciniiliiiiiul.
A. CAMPBELL II Ial Hi IE.
Uoputy Provincial Soorolary,
E show genteel desip-ris in prints, p- njjees %
of iill shades narrow and wide, fancy silks i\i,
for blouse and shirtwaists or dress trinjmings, 5jJ|
black and colored satins and sateen,  silks of jjjj
\H.i   every shade and   hue,   Madras shirting, and il'..
ft!*?   new designs in outing flannel,* hosiery for ladies $:■;
Mi . . . ' . i.i
!'v   and children, ladies shirtwaists at popular prices,   (?,
W . ...      ''!<
i-A   ;\ new consignment of corsets in all sizes, ladies   &.
"(f   and gents summer underwear, table oil cloths in   'j*
Iii,   marble and fancy designs, »!i
4,1 ' /j-.
",7       Men's summer suits we offer at prices never   W
*'.i Hi
'C   before offered in this vicinity.    Don't forget   (j)
7,7 ^j*
'H.i   ;ind call and examine these goods at the  Mid- . HA
'$   way Post Office store. **!•?
Ilk      ; *!i
I
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i!i*!i
\HA
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HAIN & CO.
A FULL  ASSORTMENT  OF MINER'S  SUPPLIES
iiiiii
4,1 4,1
AND  GROCERIES.
  4,1 4,1 4(1
\it -.it Kit Kit Kit Kit »'4j'i*lii'iili4!i}!i'jJi;!i,'>!iiIiiIij!ii!iil4j!'j;i*.'i
iW'KW'KW'I'^'l* 'I** ',1 ',1 '1V '1* '1V '1* 'lS ",1 ',1 4,1 4(1 4,14,1 4.1 4.l7.1
Practical House and Carriage
'AINTINQ
Paper Uii:i'.|i!i(), Groining and Siqn Paintinq. Also Kalsomining
and all kinds of Decorative Work executed by
E. Nash ■ ■ Midway and Greenwood City.
,1. I*. flood, Manager. J. KERR, Secretary
The Kettle Eiver Dressed Meat and Provision Co,
HAVE ESTABLISHMENTS AT
GREENWOOD CITY   GRAND FORKS
AND MIDWAY
Orders will be delivered in the towns named, and the
several  mining camps of the district. THE ADVANCE.
Midway, B, 0„ Junk 27,1808,
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate   of Improvements,
& Boundary creek mining and m
§k agricultural country. ml
W Situated at the junction of ffl
& the Boundary creek, Marcus m
ml and Reservation wagon roads, ffl
■j Nearest point to the Colville §§
ffl reservation mines. ffl
ffl
wp
m
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LOTS AS GOOD  AS GOLD ffl
=============== ffl
ffl
Pur prices and all otlieriiifornintiun apply to
McLAREN Bros.     or    J. C. McLAREN, M
CARSON, B.C. R-AMT,nnpspn  SMrl
TheTravelers BnsiiranceCo.
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Ohnrtered 1861$.   (Stock Life nnd Accident Insurance.
ISSUES the best life insurance
contracts in the world. No
disappointment as to dividends. Everything Guaranteed in advance. Premium
rates, 15 to 25 per cent less
than those of old line Mutual companies.
ASSETS	
January 1st, 1897, $20.896,68.1.53
LIABILITIES, . . .    17,930,260,29
SURPLUS      2,976,424.36
©    §    @
THE TRAVELERS COMBINATION ACCIDENT
POLICY guarantees for accidental injuries under
ordinary conditions.
Death Benefit     .... S.i,(M
boss of Sight of Hoth Eyes     . . 5,111111
Loss of Both Feet or Both Hun ils . 6,000
Loss of Ono Hand and Ono Foot . 6,000
Perni'incnt Toial Disability     , . 2,500
Loss nf Blglil, Hand     .     , .      $2,500
Loss of Leg ut or above Knoo ,        2,600
Loss of Loft Uilllil     .    .     . .     1,000
Loss of Esther Foot        .     . .     1,000
Loss of sight of One Kye     . .     .   Hill
Litqits of Weekly Ir*dcrr*r|ity $1,800.
ANI), Ifjsuoh injuries are sustained while riding as a passenger in any
passenger conveyance using steam, cable, or electricity as a motive power
the amount to be paid shall be DOUBLE the sum specified in tlie clause
under whioh the claim is made,
Cost $52 A  YEAR TO PROFESSIONAL AND  BUSINESS   MEN,
and Commerc'Ial Travelers. Other sums at proportionate rates
W. H. NORRIS,
AGENT FOR SOUTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA, MIDWAY, B, 0.
BROOKLYN - HOUSE
GREENWOOD CAMP, BOUNDARY CREEK, B. C.
Good Accommodation for Travelers.  First-class Meals Served
Good Livery Stable in connection.
FRED GRAF. PROP.
Thomas Elliot
H
GENERAL    MERCHANT
Fairview, H. C.
EADQUARTERS   for   Miners'
Supplies, Powder Caps Fuse.
HTOTIC1:-!.
Norfolk Fractional Mineral Olaim
Situate In the Kellle River Mining Division
of Yule District. Where located; In
Central camp.
TAKK NOTIOB thnt. I. John A. Coryell,
iih agent fur J, Roderick RoberLeon free
minor's ccrtitlcato No. WllTfl. Intend, sixty dnys
from tlio dnte horoof, to upply m the Mining
Hecordor forn Cortifi^Atoof Improvements for
Uio purpose of obtaining a Crown Granl of tbo
abovo claim.
And furthor take nolloo thai notion, under
Bootlon ti. must hr commenced boforo tlm
Issunnco of Mich Certifloato of Improvements
Dated tbls 18th day of April, 1808.
MINERAL ACT, 1896.
Certificate of Improvements,
KTOTICU.
Abtna Mineral Claim.
Sltuato In tho Kettle River Mining Division
ol" Vale District. Located in Greenwood camp
TA K E XOTli' KI Iinl I.Gcorgo ltumbergorfroe
minor's certificate So. 83a, intend, sixty
days fr-iin tho dato hereof. i« apply to the
Mining Rcooi-dor for a oortlilcate of Improve*
mi'iiis for tho purposo cf obtaining n Crown
Grant of Hie abovo olaim.
And further take notice that action, undor
Motion 87. must bo oommonood before the
Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements,
Dated this 12th d&y of March 1893.
[LS]        THOS. R. McINNES.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMHIA.
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God,of the United
Klngdo'n of Great Hrllaln and Ireland,
Qubbn, Defondor of Lho Faith, &o„ &c.
To Our faithful the Members elected to nerve
in the LoglBlattvo Assembly of Our Provlnoo
of British Columbia, and to all wbomllt may
couoorn,—Greeting".
A PROCLAMATION.
D. M.EBERT8 ) \AiIIERKAS Wc have
Attornoy-Gonoral.> VV thought fit, by and
J with tho advice and con*
sent of Our Excontlvo Council of Our Provinco
of British Columbia, to dissolve lho present
Legislative Aesembly of Our said Provinco,
which stands prorogued until siiniiuuned for
dispiilcli nf Inisiuess,
NOW KNOW YJDthatWo do, for this end,
publish this Our Royal Proclamation, and do
horoby dissolve the Legislative Assembly accordingly, and the members thereof are discharged from further attendance on samo.
InTkstimoxy WnKRiiOK We hnvc causod
those Our Letters to bo mudo Patent, and the
Great Seal of Hriilsh Columbia to bo hereunto
afllxod : Witness, tbe Honorable Thomab. It.
MolNNKS, Ltoutonatit-Govornor of our said
Province of British Columbia, in Our City of
Victoria, in Onr said Province, lliis noyeilth
day of June, in the year of Our Lord oue thousand eight hundred and ninely-eighl, and in the
sixty-ffrst year of Onr lloign,
Hy Command.
B. ILTVRWIIITT DRAKE,
Registrar of tho Supremo Court,
L8] THOS. R. McINNES.
CANADA.
PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.
VICTORIA, by the Graoc of God, of Hie United
Kingdom of Groat BritP.it] and Ireland,
Queen, Defondor of the Faith, -fta, &o,
To all to whom these presents shall eoinc,-
Grektinq.
A PROCLAMATION.
D. M. Edehtb, I W/flEREAS We are do-
Attornoy-Goheral, J VV slrous and rosolvod,
as soon as may lie, to meet Our people of Our
Province of British Columbia,and to have their
advlco in Our Legislature, We do make known
Onr Royal Will and Pleasure to call a new
Legislative Assembly oi Our said Province;
and do further declare that, by the advice of
Our Incentive Council of British Columbia,Wo
have lliis day given orders for issuing Our
Writs in due form for calling a new Legislative Assembly for Our said Province, whieh
Writs are to bear date on the seventh day of
June, instant, and to he returnablo on or before the tliirly-lirsl day of August next.
[N Testimony Whereof Wo havo caused
thoso our Letters to bo made Patent, and the
Publio Senl of tbe said Province to be hereunto
affixed : Witnobb, tlio Honourablo Tuns. It.
MoInneb, Lieutenant-Governor of Our said
Province of British Columbia, in Our City of
Victoria, in Our said Province, this seventh day
of June, in the year of Ilur Lord one thousand
eight hundred and nineiy-eigliL, and in '.he
sixty-first year of Our Reign.
By Command.
B. II. TVRWIIITT BRAKE.
Registrar of the Supremo Court.
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.GOODS,, CLOTHING  and    HOOTS   and    SHOES,
sat-fc lowest   csasSi. prices.
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FAIRVIEW, ti. C.
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1'iiiti.l Kingdom nl Qrottl liriiiiliiniiil Ira
hniil, i,iii:ias, liili'iiiliirof llu* Faith, Sa.So
Tothe Returning (llllcci* or iho East Riding of
Ynle Electoral District:
WHERICA8 III- II.Hi.iiii'iliiil.l.iiil.iiiiiiil-tlnv-
n nnriif lli-iiMifiiliiinlilii lm-. ll" n I'nin*
liininilon lionrlna(UtotlioTlhdny of.i 1,18)8,
li.'cn iil.in.-i a lodkiolvo Uio Loglslntlvo Assoin*
lilvnfilu* -niil I'liivlniT i mid ivhoroiui It is
iio'ci'smi'S' to hold llloiitlolis tliroughoiil lho mid
ih-ovlnro to Illl lho i-noiiiotoe cauRod liy -noli
dissolution, \Vo romnmntl ymi llml. notico of
ine I lino nnd place of Kloolfonbolngduly given,
vou do can c lilcctlon to bo inndo. noeonlltig in
In iv, nf One Mcminn* to nori-o In i ho LecWail i o
Assembly of llio Province of nrlllull Columbia,
forthe la*-: llldlnj otY.ilo Klcoioml Hi-.rlrl,
and ibnt vim ilncnnsothonoinlnnllmiofCnndl*
a   i.nl Filch Klocllon In lie lii'l.l nn Ilia '-'-'.III
il-.™'.Inni'. IMU,nmltloniiiNitlionnjnootmich
Mcinl.ci', ivI-.'iiMiihi-inl. l'.'hnih'Thr be pros*
mil itaali-iaii, a. lm rwttllpil lu Oiir Supremo
Court, at 'In ri;v nf Viiaii.ii', nn nr bofoio Mm
:;i.-i de v nf Au ,'n-i next, llio l.lootlon -. mndo,
illfiilncilyniid npoiily under Our -mil Indorsed
upnu lliis Onr Will.
In Tl-:>'i i.n.inv WlIEltEOl*, Wo hnvc ciiimcil
lliiarllnr l.i'llcrs to In' tiimlc I'nleni lin-
ili r ilm tiri-ai Soil nf Our uold Provinco uf
British Colombia: Witness, Hm Honorable Thomas la MoInnbs, ntOur Govern-
inenl il(],i-i-, nt Vii'iorin, this sevonth day
nf Juno, in lho year of Our Lord ono
thousand eight hundrod uinl ninety-eight.
By Command,
H.H.TYItWIIITTDIUKB,
Registrar of the Supreme Court.
FAIRVIEW - HOTEL.
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at the Fairview Hotel when in camp.
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lines.    Good fishing in the vicinity,  Gond stabling,
Meals will lie served at nil bout's, the fables lieing furnished with
the best.  A variety uf the ohotcest brands of lltjuora and cigars at the bar.
SITUATED AT BOUNDARY FALLS, B. C.
VERNON ■ SAWMILL
SMITH & McLEOD, Pitoi'lUETORU.
Sashes, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings.etc, All kinds of factory
work kept in stock and made to order. Coast Cedar worked
into Furnishings a Specialty. All kinds of Lumber, Lath and
Shingles kept in stock.   Best material always in stock.
Sawmill on Okanagan Lake, Handy to Shipment, Sash and Door
factor! on o, p. r., veitnon,
If You Want
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—CALL ON—
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Yards and Mills ul Pairview, B, O,
Onrresnondence solicited
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V   \ visiting* the Christina  Lake
district.   Stopping place for
sJMg-L.on^oiitej;from
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CH.Thomas, Prop^
Marcus to Boundary
Creek^l^.
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Greenwood City, Boundary Creek, B. C,
We have jusl, opened lhe nlinve hotel at, Greenwood Cily, and are prepared
to welcome guests and provide good accommodation. Good entering. Firs
class Livery Stable.
J. W. NELSON
PROPRIETOR. Midway, B. C, June 27,1698,
THE  ADVANCE
LOCAL AND DISTRICT.
Mr. Leslies Hill C. E„ went lhrough
to James creek and Osuyoos last week.
Mr. Angus Stuart passed through
Midway on Thursday's stage, on his
way to Fairview.
Mr.Chns. Gire eiune over from Upper
Grand Forks last Thursday aud spent
a day or two in Midway.
Mr. W. H. Nurris, proprietor of The
Advance, left, fur Vernon on Mondny
20th inst, He expects lo lieaway aliout
a furl night.
Mr. (J. B. McAuley, secretary of the
Carllioo M. M.S. k Co.,accompanied by
Mr. VV. H. Young arrived in Midway
on Thursday,
Reminder is given that bids fur fence
rails and wild hay, most, lie at the Midway company's office not, later than
Thursday nexl 'Kith lnsl,
Mr. G. H. Maurer wlio will act its
secretary for the Smuggler company
in Fuirview, is expected to arrive at
that point in a few daws.
TheC. P. R, surveyors resumed work
at Midway last Wednesday and have
since lieen engaged in running a line
westwards up the Kettle River valley,
Mrs, McMynn andherlittledaughter
Alice, went out on lust Thursday's
singe. They are going east to spend a
few months visiting relatives and
friends.
Work on the irrigation ditch in
course of consl ruction fur Messrs.
'Laiuli Bros, wns well advanced last,
week under the supervision of Mr. W,
D. Glaze.
Mr. E. 3. Coyle, C. P, R, District
Passenger Agent, Vancouver, came in
froui Penticton ou Friday oo a, liusiness
tour to Boundary Creek district in the
interests uf liis depart ment.
A parly of railway surveyors, in
charge uf Mr. A.B, Ross, reached Penticton last, week, having just, come
down from Glenora, They are to push
on with the survey of tlie V. V. k E.
line eastwards towards Midway, the
charter fnr which line itt now held hy
the Mackenzie and Mann syndicate.
Jlr. D. M. MoDpugall of Fairview
lias secured the contract for the building uf the new ruud whicli will connect the Stemwinder claim with the.
Tin Horn mill at Fairview. This road
is being built sn that ore may be taken
frum the above mentioned claim for
milling purposes,
Asa result nf the much improved
prospects fur liusiness at Fairview,
Shatford & Cn, will within the next
in,.ulli start the erection of a very
large store building nn the Ellis town-
site. This energetic llrm whose Inisiuess is constantly increasing, has establishment*! ut Vernon. Fuirview,
(Jump McKinney and Slocan.
Political meetings at which Mr.
Donald Graham will be present, will
be held at the following places on the
(lutes specified, viz., nt Trout ('reek,
.Iiinc 27; Okanagan Falls, June 2Hth ;
Fairview, JuneSO ; Keremeos, July 1;
Rock Creek, July 4; Sidley, July 5;
Camp McKiuney, July llth. As much
interestls being taken in the approaching election nu doubt large audiences
will lie present at all of these meetings.
A dishonest contractor and a still
inure dishunestoversecrare responsible
for the great amount of inconvenience
to whieh the travelling public are put,
who have to make use of the road
which leads from Fairview to Camp
McKinney. At a point near the bridge
whicli crosses the Okanagan river the
road for some distance is under wnter
even at the present time. The annoyance especially to pedestrians lias linen
a recurring one for the past fuur or
Ave years, aud it is aliout time for
something tuba done io the matter,
tunce and then the ground will be
stuped out. The vein which is well
delioed, is about live feet wide, and
judging by ils appearance the ore will
upon treatment uphold the enviable
reputation of the Morning Star.
MINING   NOTES.
From a recenl run of 20 days by the
Joe Daiulv mill, which isuwned bv the
Pairview Guld Mining company, uud
which mill has a ciipaclly of 1(1 stamps,
it. it, said $5,000 was thu result nf the
clean up,
Mr. E M. 1*1. Munns, representing
tin* Rivuiilia Syinliiaiie, uf London,
England, his lately hud several men
at work on a group of rlaimssituule un
Baker creek, a tributary nt Ruck creek.
The wnrk has been directed liy Mr, J.
Hole, who was ulso foreman for ihe
syndicate on the Anaconda group near
Greenwood.
The owners of the Morning Star, in
Fairview, are engaged in taking out
600 Inns of ore from the east vein on
their property. This ore will be conveyed to Ihe Joe Dandystanip mill and
theietreated, There isa force ot 10
men working on the claim. Although
a depth of 1-10 feet has heen reached by
one shaft, sunk upon this vein, the ore
now being mined is being taken from
nearer the surface, another shaft, having been sunk tn a depth of about 40
feel, from which drifts are being run,
which will be continued a certain dis-
(Continued from iuiku ll
reform. He knew nf nn ninn more
likely to carry out those pledges if
elected—ns it is certain he will he.
(Applause.) Personally he hnd always
heen opposed to lhe present, government's policy uf favoring small districts, whilst il neglected the big mining "disi ricts of the province, Whilst
lu* hnd always respected conscientious
political opponents'ho had uu respect,
under existing conditions, fur uny local
supporters of that government, This
is no ordinary light fur us—it is u flghr,
for our political rights, our political
life, and uny man whn suppurls the
the parly Ihnt,had denied lliese fn the
Boundary country is a traitor to the
districl, This government party had
told I hem Ihnt they hud unly one lenth
of fhe right to representation thai a
fnnner of Esquimau, had ; that Cassiar
was entitled to twelve times more
voting power than they, The election
dates had been so arranged I hiitCnssiiir
is to be a refuge for defeated Cabinet
ministers, whn are sure of election
Ihere. To make their electioo doubly
sure ministers hud inserted in the bill
a provision to allow any one to register as a voter in that district right, up
to the day of election so that if necessary they might send up a sufficient
number to enrol as voters and su curry
the election. But, the Opposition had
made a stubborn light and defeated
this proposal, Mr. Martin had alreudy
covered the Opposition platform, so he
would only now point out that the
Redistribution Bill was not the result,
of a well-prepared plan of action, but
was the refuge of a cowardly administration, The draft bill recognized the
right of this district to its own member, but when at the dictation uf u
powerful cuuipany, whicli was opposed
to the grunting of the Corbin charter,
It had to antagonize thu public sentiment of the whule distriet, it became
alarmed, and, being afraid of lhe
Boundary Creek votes, it deliberately
violated Its solemn pledges and gerrymandered I he district. He (before repeated that any elector who supported
that government was a traitor lo the
district. Although Mr, McKiiue is
prumenuding in the rugged mantle of
independence, he is simply in ihe Held
because il would look bud to ulluw the
Oppusiliun tu curry the district by
acclamation, for liis Biipptii'ters must
know that I bey have no chance of returning him. He—the speaker—hoped
thnt every man present wuuld
remain und assist in funning a
strong committee, They intended lo
win this light and lu make ihe provincial government—not its nominee Mr.
McKane—foi felt $200 for ils temerity
in running a government candidate in
this disi riot.  (Applause.)
At Mr. Martin's suggestion organization wus then proceeded with. Mr.
Thus. Hardy wus appointed campaign
chairman and Mr. Rnss secretiny, and
committees were chosen as follows
Voters' list, committee, Messis. D,
Ross, H. B. Miinrue, J.W. Grier, Alex.
Ourrie and Jas, Kerr.
Transportation committee; Messrs.
M. .1, Phelan, VV. F. Keith and D, C.
McRae.
Special committee: Messrs, Thos,
Hardy, A. ti. Black and Geu. R. Naden.
The committees then settled down to
discussion of details of the their work.
MEETING AT MIDWAY.
Oo Saturday evening Mr. Martin
held a meeting at. Midway. Despite
the unavoidable shortness of notice,
there was a good altendundunce uf
icsideiiis and several pinniinent Oppusiliun supporters nlsu attended from
Greenwood, Mr. E, Jacobs wns voted
to the chair,
Mr. Martin in bis address went oyer
in mil I hi' same ground US he covered
llie previous evening al Greenwood,
adding a few mure luels to show the
peculiar and unsatisfactory methods of
the Turner government In dealing with
public moneys and lands, Asal Greenwuud, Mr, Martin Invited any government supporter, if any were present,
to address lhe meeting, but nu une
responded, .Messrs, Hnbl, Wuud, D.
tins, Thus, Hardy, und Hugh Murray,
spoke In support uf Mr, Martin's candidature and against lhe government.
During the meeting the falsehood clrcu
laledjiy the Grand Fuiks"Miner"to the
effect, thai Mr. Martin hud proinised to
put in a big hardware store at Greenwood if given the support of Boundary
Creek voles at the recent Opposition
convention, was emphatically denied
by Messrs. Martin and Koss. The
proceeding terminated wilh votes of
thanks to the visitors and chairman.
A meeting wus afterwards held by
several local voters who arranged to
take steps necessary to secure llle polling of all available votes on July lllh.
This
Hot
Weather
Will bring plenty of flies
"TANGLEFOOT"
Wild, CATl'll 'KM
SURE,
For sale BY
J. fl. UNSWORTH,
DRUGGIST
MIDWAY - B.C.
MINERAL ACT 1896,
Cortiflcato   of  linprovonients
STOTICE,
Ron Roy Minkuai, Claim.
Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale I Ms trie!..  Where located: Central
Camp.
-TAICK NOTICK thai ]. Alexander Wiilluce
I    free mincr'a certificate No. 112a. intend,
sixtydayafrom dale hereof, to apply to the
Milling Hccordor for a eerlilleaie of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Orown
Qranl of tbe above olatin.
And furllier lake notice llml action under
•section 37 mURt be commenced liefore the issuance of sueh Certificate of Improvements,
Dated Ihis Kith day of June, 1898,
Certificate  of   Improvements.
•KTo-fc-L-oo.
Montk CmsTo Minkuai, Claim,
Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division
of   Yale   District,  Where located : In
Greenwood Camp on the north of the
Montezuma mineral claim.
TAKK NOTICE that I, John A. Coryell, as
agent for James Marshall freo miner's
certificate No, 88878, anil James Nicholson
freo miner's cerlifilute No, 818H7, intend,
sixly ilnys from the dale hereof, lo
apply to llie Mining Recorder for a Certificate
of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grunt of the ahove claim.
And further take notice thai action, undo
section :i", must ho commenced before the
issuance of sueh Cortiflcato of improvements.
Dated this Uith day of February, 1S1I8.
IHE RUSSELL HARDWARE GO.
GREENWOOD CITV, Ii. C.
LARGE CAR OF
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AT LOWEST PRICES.
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PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, COLORS.
....We carry everything in ihese lines,.,.
Mail orders receive prompt attention.
First class tin-shop in connection
Goods away up     Come in and see!     Prices away down.
FENCE RAILS AND WILD HAY
OFFERS will he received until Juno -301b,
for the following :--
1. Kor the purchase and removal of nbout
half a mile of rail fence ns it now slantls at
Midway.
± Kor the right to cut mid remove Iho
wild hay now growing on tiie Eholl Mcndo tt
Bituato aboul four miles from Greenwood,
Full particulars from
TIIK MIDWAY COMPANY LTD.
Midway, B. 0.
C. F. COSTERTON
VKHNON, B. C.
General Real Estate & Financial Agt.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
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The London and Lancashire Fire
Insurance Coy.
The Insurance Coy. op North
America.
The LONDON  ano Canadian Fir
Insubance Coy,
The Sun Life Assurance Coy ur
Canada,
The Dominiop Building and Loan
Association,
Appraiser tor the Canada Permanent Loan and Savings Coy,
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Provincial Secretary's Office.
8ih Juno, IMS.
His HONOURtlio IJotilenanMJovornor lin-
boon plunmul to nopolnt
UaiNAitn N.nuns Ksqulro,QovermnontAiront
toboHoturiiliigOfltarfortho Hast Riding of
Yalo Elootoral District; and
Ilis II..ni.iir Hit' l.iiait.'iinnl-tliivi'i'iiiir luis
boon plonsed i.i anpolnl nml doolaro tho Courl
Houso Vernon to bo tbo plaoo for tho nomination of candidates for olootion in tbo l-.-k-is-
Inllvo Assi.nililj- in Ilm Enst Riding ol Ynle
Electoral llisli'iot.
W. DALRYMPLE
Gouci-al     BUiclEBiitil.li.
PAIRVIEW, II, C.
All Kinds  of Repairing,   Horseshoeing
a Specialty,
*pie Miners Home,
FAIRVIEW, B.C.
THIS HOTEL offers the best of accommodation
at moderate charges. Only the best brands oi
liquors and cigars kept on hand. A good table
and good beds add much to the comfort of its
patrons.
E. MORRIS, PROP.
R08SLAND.
Greenwood.
THE BEALEY INVESTMENT AND TRUST CO.
LIMITED LIABILITY.
Real Estate and Mining Brokers.
, FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE AGENIS
Fire Insurance a Specialty.   maL^&.W"
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Patrons will find a new house, neatly furnished,
and possessing all modern conveniences, tending
to the comfort of guests. Strict attention paid to
the wants and wishes of customers at all times.
GOOli STABLING ON TIIK PREMISES.
T. DONALD & Co. Props.     T. DONALD, Magr. TIIK ADVANCE
Midway, B.C., June 27,
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OUNDARY CREEK MINING ID MILLING
, LTD. LT.
Incorporated October 21st, 1896.
HEAD   OX'I'ICtt ,   GREENWOOD  CITY, tt . C
$1,500,(1, in $1 fas, Treasury Stock 700,000 fas,
COMANY'S PROPERTIES.
The Company's mining properties now consist of fourteen claims, viz, the D. A., G. A. R. Big
Ledge, O B, S. H. B., Fred D, S. F, J. A. C, P. H., C. S. & H, E. C. B,
Prospective,  Spokane  and  Granite  Falls.
SIX OF THESE HAVING BEEN ACQUIRED SINCE INCORPORATION
r
OFFICERS OFCOMPANY
- - - - President
D. A. HOLBROOK Manager
E, JACOBS    -   -    -    -    SEI ItETAIIY-TltEASiritKII
BANKER'S:
BANK OF MONTREAL   -   -    VEBNON, B. 0,
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DESCRIPTION.
Ou flic " ti. A " is it vi'in aliout 20
inches wide with a pay-streak of i to
12 inches; frnni tnis 8,(KI His. of ore
was shipped to the smelter, giving
$103,15 gold per ton, silver 71 7-10 ozs.,
and 2 per cent,, lead. A tunnel is heing
driven on this vein fnnn wbich ore is
lieing taken, On tho same property is
a larger vein (quartz) currying galena
and pyrites,
The "G, A. R." has a 30-foot shaft
sunk on a 2-fiiof vein, heayily mineralized with an intimate mixture of iron
anil copper pyriles, galena, blende and
silverglance. The li nest pieces of wire silver I'omiil on Boundary! -reek were tnken
from this shaft, Average assays fnnn
different places across the vein gave
$8.00 gold, 50 iik„ silver; also $8,00
gold and 150 nzs. silver and one, the
latent return—$15,05 gold and 10fl-l-5
ozs. silver per ton.
On the "Big Ledge" is n Id-foot,
quartz vein, mineralized with ii.ui
pyrites. This vein lias heen opened
up by cross-cuts on the surface for 500
feet, A narrower vein ha* been
opened up, being one foot wide, carrying considerable cupper pyrites, and
runs inlo the main ledge as a spur, nn
which a tunnel of ID feet has been
driven. Average assays gave $33 gnld
nnd 1 1-10 ozs, silver, anil $l'I.H5goldi
17.1 ozs. silver, 2 pet eenl. copper
The " S. P." lies I .el weed lhe (1. A. R
and I). A., in tin* directiou ol lb'* strike
•■'' ----- -:\     nil llirG. A. II. vein. This local ion lias
heeu made on a vein of pyrrholite.
The " O. B." has two distinct veins'
one 25 feet wide which, from its strike
and general character would seem lo
be'Ihe same vein as that on the Big
Ledge, although sufficient has not
heen done;, to make this conclusive,
Tlie second; vein has at present a
width of nearly three feet, Assays
have shown values in gold from $-1.00
tu $170.63, while a conservative sampling by Mr. S. S. Fowler, M. E. guye
$211.00 in gold.
On lhe " S. II. II." nre two converging veins of copper and iron pyriles,
on which work is now being done. An
average assay gave, gold $1.50, silver
1GJ ozs., copper 11.110 per cent,, or
$11). 11 for all values.
The "Fred ti."was located in De
cenilier, 1SII5, more] as ground for a
basis for milling operations for lhe
olher cliiiins Ihnn for its present value,
although Ihere is little doubt lhat the
large vein on IheO. B. runs lhrough
it. There is a small vein uf galena ou
this claim,
The "J. A. 0," bus a large iron-
capping running lhrough it from the
Anaconda, at a depth of a few feet.
Ibe ore carries u considerable percent
nge of of copper nnd $11) in gold,
The remaining six claims are all good
prospects, but as yet. very little development work has been done on
hem.
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This compnny i.s registered
under the
Companies
Act,  1890, and
amending
acts, in the
office of the Rt
:gistrar in
Victoria, B.
C, for 1,500,00c
shares at
$i.oo,   non
assessable,  of
which   a
portion of
the Treasury stocx is now
offered at lo
cents a share on applica-
cation to the
company,
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Certilicate of Improvements.
Woltl "LC3C5.
fiu.T Edoe UixkiuIi Claim,
Situate in the Kettle River Mining Division
of Yale Distriet.    Whom looalodi - III
Greenwood Camp, on tho cast of tha
Montezuma mineral claim.
TAKE NOTICK thai l.Jolui A. Coryoll, na
agent for Jnnios Marshall, fr ■ ■ il lor's
ooi'tMeatoNo.88878,Intend, -ia, dnysfi ■ n the
dato hereof, to apply lo lho Mining Itccordor
for n Cartlllcalu of Improvomonta, for tho purpose of obtaining n IT...in Omni of the nbovo
eluiin.
And furtlior hike notloo Hint nellon, under
sootlon 37, mual  bo commonood boforo tho
Issunm i, i.f such Corliltailu .,f Improvements,
Dated thii Uth day oIKobruory, I808,
mM.'^ttti.:.-wi,itiJ-.j;-.:f^tt-—i,M.'-.. ■-•''-.-■,■/"■'-■i
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(- W '■ „  ;   <A$>
BBS  ' ■-■ |i,,f --- - ai?
TABLE.
Showing tho Dales and Places of Courts of
Assize, NlslPrlus, Oyer and Terminer and
Oonornl Gaol Delivery for tho Year 1838,
si-uiMi Assizes.
Nanaimo Tuesday, Dili Muy
Now Wostmliislor Tuesday, 10th Mny
Vi.ii.-niivei' Tuesday, 1 i 1 li Mny
Victoria Tuosdny, Slal Mny
Clinton Mondny, 30th May
Kuinloups M lay, Oth June
Vci'iion Moi.day, Kllb -liiiie
•Nelson Mondny, '20th Juno
'Donald Monday 27th Juno
'Special Assize.
i-au.t, Assizas,
Clinton Thursday, --ml Soptombor
tti.'lillelil Monday, 20th September
Kamloops Mondny, 3rd Oetobor
Lyllun Friday, Uth Octobor
Vornon Monday, tilth Octobor
Now Westminster . . .Tu.'-.lay, 1,1  November |
Vancouvor Mondny, llth Novo	
Victoria Tuesday, lain Sovombi
Nanaimo Tuesday, 22nd Novcmbi
Certificate   of  Improvements.
sro'i'ioB.
Monte Carlo .MiMaii.u. Claim,
Situate In the Kettle River Mining Division
ATTENTION.
The Providence Pur Company, Providence. R. I, wants all kinds of raw
furs, skins,ginseng, sciiicu, etc.  Prices
or Yale Distriet.  Whero hooatedt ln Groon-1 f™M *OT lhu uext m ,,ll>'B aro M
wood Camp on the noi'tii ol'tho Gilt  Edge  follows;—
$15 00 to $150 00
mineral claim
•f-AKil NOTICE Hint I, John A, Coryell,
I notliigas agont for TliDinns Hhodoriok,
free minor's oorlttloato No. 888D3, inlend,
sixty ilnys frinn ilnle hereof, fo iippl*,' lo llie
Mining Itocordor for n Cortillcato of lmprovo*
incuts, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown
liniiii nf ibo above olalm,
And further tako notice thai itcii.ni, under
seolion 37. must, lie commenced beforo the
issuance ofancb Corllflcatoof linprovoinontti,
Datod I Ilia llllll duy uf February. IS08.
Silver Fox.,
Bear	
Otter	
Martin ., ,
Beru'er	
5 00 to 25 00
    4 00 to tl 00
    2 00 to 9 00
per lb.   3 00 to 3 50
Wolf    1 (HI to 2 nu
Red Fox    I 00 to 2«l
Mink       75 to t 00
Skunlc       25 to I 00
Gray Fox       611 to 75
Rnt      2iito 25
I'l'ie.'-li-l ..!' all other furs nml
skins furnished upnu application. Full
prices guaraiili'.'il, careful selection,
jciii'lcoiis 11<-.. 111 nn 1, uud Immediate,
j remillaucc on ull consignments,
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Cci'tiiicato of   Iniprovoiiionts.
woTion.
'lm-', Auot'ST Minkiial Claim,
Situate In Osoyoos Mining Division, of Yalo I
Ulstrlol,  Whero Uciued:   Camp Falr-I
vloiv.
TAKK NOTIOK Uinl «". II. Itoso, froo niln-
i- -.ilMl.  No, 7;i.111. John Slovon*,'
eii." Sro° ml'iicr'Stiltalolio,' , '"".l.''"!'. jli'""1 Am" ,lli(,n'
Murnycnt freo minor's certificate No. 08.1)75, in i n(,„i 1 ;,,„,„,., ,,,,,1 Pi,.,,,,,,
lonilslxtydiiysfiwiiihto I.tonnpl lie. licst Lupinis unit l.ig.ns.
Mining llocprdcri u-.i Ccrllllcalo uf improve* irimfjlliun Slahlin.r
 nfortlio purpose ..( oblnlnlngn Crown ' llsM '9«8oiaoung.
uI"!\t°,'il,lL»,ri*1Si   „ ,   „      , ARMSTRONG  B.C.
Ami 11 j,-11,.-,- tako notico Ibnl aoilon " r I      », ,       ,„
socllun si 11111-I bo fionunoiiccd boforo Hie issu-
anoo of -urli Cortitlealeof Improvements,
Datod this 23rd day ot May, 1808.
J, W, i^EBI),
WATCHMAKER and JEWELLER
MIDWAY, B. C.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty,
All Work Wan anted.     o3-2ln
WHEAT nnd BARLEY
FOR SALE AT
P.C.Johnson's Raneh
Three*   miles  west of
Rock Creek.
Commercial Job Matins.
AT "TIIK ADVANCE,'
FOR SALE.
TIIOnOUGHlIItKI) Pckin Ducks eggs gun
por silting of nlno.
Apply   LANCASHIRE HOUSK,
Midway, B.C.
You Want the Best and the Cheapest.^-
THE ONLY  PERFECT FENCE.  McMullen's  Fencing   and   Nettings
....iftft^ .,,.n* ri-iinui/t Combine these two Qualities,
na H m® W!RE ™IB No others d0
WIRE I	
HOG FENCINGS   AT   SPECIAL,
LOW PRICES.
IALL OTHER VARIETIES CHEAP.)
Manufactured and Sold by
THE ONTARIO WIRE FENCING CO,, LTD.
McMullen's are the only gond nettings
sold in Canada. They are unequalled for poultry yards, trellises, aud
lawn fences.
Piotou, Ontario,
Ask your hardware merchant for McMullen's goods.   If you cannot buy of
The Manufacturers at Plcton, Ont., or to
him write to   The B. Greening* Wire Co., Ltd., Hamilton and
Montreal, General Agents.
JAMES COOPER, floiitreal, Oeiicral Agent for Railway Fencing.
THE MIDWAY HOTEL
MIDWAY, KETTLE RIVER.
First Class Accommodation,   Oood Stabling,  Terminus of Stage Line
from Marcus, Washington,
McAULEY & KEIGHTLEY, Proprietors.
A NACONDA HOTEL
♦    ♦
*****
1*       *
* *
ANACONDA,  B. C.
Visitors to the Honndary Creek Mining Camps, Stop at the Anaconda
Good Table  -  Good Beds -  Good Liquors ■ Good Stabling
N. Tholl, Proprietor-

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